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for and received a grant from Media Network for her "Building Bridges" program. The money went
to pay for the expenses of producing the show, engineering and mixing and publicity. The money
went directly to Ms. Rosenberg and was dispensed by her as she felt was needed. (Tr. 286-287).
Thomas Shine testified that when he came to the Station, he could not turn a headset on
properly, that he sat "at the foot" of various staffers and "I was allowed to sit behind them
and watch and given chores to do to learn how to do them better. . . For the first year any
time anybody did anything, I was there watching, I wanted to learn." (Tr. 296). In discussing
the fact that except for fund drives (when he acts as a coordinator of volunteers) he does not
get paid, despite his long hours at the Station, he stated:
What has been money for me has been
the work that I've been able to put on the
air. (Tr. 299) . . . .
He cited the recognition he received in his community as his compensation. (Tr. 299).
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